JeVois-A33 Smart Machine Vision Camera - Global Shutter Developer Kit

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Everything you need for serious development and robotics tinkering using a pre-assembled upgraded JeVois camera with 1.2MP Global Shutter sensor and 9-DOF inertial measurement unit (IMU).

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18 essential items allow you to use the included global-shutter JeVois-A33 smart camera in many different hardware configurations and application scenarios. Just insert the included microSD card (with JeVois software pre-installed) into the smart camera, connect to a host computer using one of the included USB cables, and start enjoying powerful machine vision immediately.

Use the included Arduino-compatible micro-controller to control a robot. Power both the smart camera and micro-controller with the included battery bank, when using on a mobile robot. Check boot messages with the custom JeVois micro-serial to USB adapter cable, and check power usage with the included USB power meter.

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Save nearly $28 compared to the price of the individual items included in this kit.

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This kit includes:

The upgraded camera in this kit uses an OnSemi (Aptina) AR0135 sensor chip instead of the original ov9650 sensor chip of JeVois. The AR0135 has almost the same resolution (max 1280x960) but a Global Shutter and bigger photosensitive pixels. It is a bigger sensor chip than the original and hence requires a modified JeVois plastic case.

This upgraded camera also includes a 9-DOF TDK-InvenSense ICM-20948 Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) with 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, and 3-axis magnetometer. We mounted the IMU right to the back of the image sensor, with aligned axes (to the tolerances of PCB mounting). The IMU is hence tightly coupled with the image sensor, and will move exactly like the image sensor moves. The X and Y axes are aligned and centered, and the IMU is about 2mm behind the imager on the Z axis. This IMU features an on-board Digital Motion Processor (DMP), which can be programmed to do things like computing quaternions directly in the IMU chip, or detecting different types of activities, counting steps, detecting falls, etc.

For more detailed specs about the AR0135 and the ICM-20948, please see



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